Hispanic magazine is a bi-monthly publication that focuses on delivering news, analysis, and commentary about and for the Latino community in the United States.


Hispanic magazine was founded in 1987 by Jesus Chavarria and Kirk Whisler. The magazine's goal was to provide an authoritative voice for the Latino community in the United States, covering issues and topics of interest to the Hispanic-American population.

Over the years, the magazine has evolved its coverage, expanding into areas such as education, politics, entertainment, and finance.


Hispanic magazine covers a wide range of topics related to the Latino community, including immigration, politics, culture, and education. The magazine features in-depth coverage of current events and trends affecting the Hispanic-American population, as well as profiles of notable individuals and businesses in the community.

In addition to its print publication, Hispanic magazine maintains a strong online presence, featuring exclusive content and multimedia features for its readers.


Hispanic magazine has won numerous awards for its journalism and its dedication to representing the interests of the Hispanic-American community. In 1994, the magazine was awarded the National Hispanic Hero Award for its outstanding contributions to the Latino community. In 2008, it received the Chispa Award for its coverage of Hispanic issues.

The magazine has also been featured in major media outlets, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, and CNN.


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